Fuels the Comedy
by Korn

Album: The Path of Totality (Special Edition) (2011)


  • Frontman Jonathan Davis can be heard using a violet ray at the beginning of this track. The violet ray is an ancient medical device, which was used by quacks for electrotherapy treatment in the early 20th century. Having got hold of electrical appliance, Davis cranked it all the way up and ended up shooting a two-inch spark off his arm, The whole painful procedure was recorded by producer Kill the Noise. Don't try this at home kids!

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  • Zero from Nowhere, NjThey should have put this on the regular album.
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